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Explore What Sets the 2018 Volvo S90 Apart from the Mercedes-Benz E300

After being redesigned last year to better compete with other luxury sedans in a highly competitive market segment, the Volvo S90 has continued to impress local drivers with its grasp on an exciting and efficient ride. Whether you're a first-time customer or long-time enthusiast, the new look and feel of the S90 has allowed it to further stand out as a flagship sedan here at Volvo of Tulsa. Even long-established models in the class, such as the Mercedes-Benz E300, have struggled to gain additional ground with this Volvo sedan working at full force.

  • While both of these premium luxury sedans make a strong case for why customers should be interested in either, the Volvo S90 is able to stand out with a lower starting price of $49,095 - compared to the $53,945 MSRP of the Mercedes-Benz E300.
  • If you prefer all-wheel drive to the front-wheel drive of the Volvo S90, or the rear-wheel drive of the E300, then you'll be able to enjoy the enhanced ride quality with available all-wheel drive models for both vehicles. Similar to the base models, the S90 triumphs with a more logical price tag of $51,295, while the E300 jumps to $56,445 - leaving the S90 as the top choice for budget-conscious luxuries.
  • Not only does the S90 benefit from a more affordable price, but its pair of 2.0-liter four-cylinder engines are eager to best the performance of the E300 and its powertrain. The turbocharged base engine of the S90 can produce 250-horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque - which puts up a fight with the 241-horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque performance from the E300's sole engine. With the turbo and supercharged engine of the S90, our customers can easily surpass the E300 with a 258-horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque output.
  • If being in control of the more powerful vehicle isn't enough, then how about the more fuel efficient? The base engine of the S90 can achieve an EPA-estimated 23 city and 34 highway mpg, which lowers to 22 city and 31 highway mpg with the available turbo and supercharged engine. The E300, on the other hand, peaks with an estimated 22 city and 30 highway mpg, which can be beat by either of the S90's engines.
  • An added benefit of the Volvo S90 lies in its recommended fuel type, which breaks the typical norm of the premium luxury sedan market and utilizes regular unleaded fuel. The E300 doesn't stray from its usual path, as it continues to require premium unleaded with an octane rating of 93 in its fuel tank.

With plenty of reasons to take a new Volvo S90 into consideration in the greater Tulsa area, don't continue to miss out on this exciting luxury sedan! Find a model of your own at 4111 S Memorial Drive today!

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